Walt Disney World Announces Temporary Changes To Disney PhotoPass Service


Walt Disney World’s temporary changes in light of the COVID-19 pandemic continue to be revealed, this time affecting Disney PhotoPass service.

When the parks reopen, PhotoPass photographers will no longer be able to take photos on guests’ mobile phones, tablets or other personal devices, while the accessories will be cleaned between guests.

From the Walt Disney World website:

To promote cleanliness, physical distance and reduced contact, you will notice some temporary adjustments to the Disney PhotoPass service to offer a pleasant environment to all:

  • Management of guest personal devices: Disney PhotoPass photographers will not handle guest personal devices such as cell phones and cameras.
  • Use of Photo Prop: When photo props are used, they will be thoroughly cleaned between the guests. For certain props, your photographer may request that you stand next to or behind the prop without contacting them. In these scenarios, your photographer will try to capture your photos with the best angles and perspectives in mind.
  • Photo link: Before the photographer takes your photo, please have your MagicBand or card ready to be scanned so they can quickly link your photos to your account. Photographers will keep as much distance as possible during this process.

This is just the latest change to hit the parks, which have also suspended meetings with characters, parades and fireworks to reduce the risk of the disease spreading.

Continue reading WDWNT while we continue to report changes to Walt Disney World before the theme parks reopen.


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